Butler University Lacy School of Business

5. Exploring Issues of Social Justice with Indianapolis Community Leaders - Jennifer Pope Baker, Executive Director - Women's Fund of Central Indiana

September 01, 2020 Lacy School of Business Season 1 Episode 5
Butler University Lacy School of Business
5. Exploring Issues of Social Justice with Indianapolis Community Leaders - Jennifer Pope Baker, Executive Director - Women's Fund of Central Indiana
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Butler University Lacy School of Business
5. Exploring Issues of Social Justice with Indianapolis Community Leaders - Jennifer Pope Baker, Executive Director - Women's Fund of Central Indiana
Sep 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
Lacy School of Business

Jennifer Pope Baker has dedicated her career to creating transformative, lasting change for women and girls in central Indiana. She is respected as an innovative and passionate philanthropic leader, serving as Executive Director of Women’s Fund of Central Indiana since 1998.
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At Butler University’s Lacy School of Business, we believe that being an ethical leader means acknowledging injustices and actively working to correct them. We have an obligation to prepare students to be leaders in organizations that are inclusive and offer a place of belonging for all people, regardless of background. The Lacy School of Business Ethics Podcast, presented by Old National Bank, is devoting its next episodes to local community leaders committed to combating issues of racial and social injustice in the Indianapolis community and beyond. We’ll explore ways that business and educators can make a difference.



Production Team - Bram Sheckels & Kelly Schmidt
Music by Ronak Raval

Show Notes

Jennifer Pope Baker has dedicated her career to creating transformative, lasting change for women and girls in central Indiana. She is respected as an innovative and passionate philanthropic leader, serving as Executive Director of Women’s Fund of Central Indiana since 1998.
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At Butler University’s Lacy School of Business, we believe that being an ethical leader means acknowledging injustices and actively working to correct them. We have an obligation to prepare students to be leaders in organizations that are inclusive and offer a place of belonging for all people, regardless of background. The Lacy School of Business Ethics Podcast, presented by Old National Bank, is devoting its next episodes to local community leaders committed to combating issues of racial and social injustice in the Indianapolis community and beyond. We’ll explore ways that business and educators can make a difference.



Production Team - Bram Sheckels & Kelly Schmidt
Music by Ronak Raval